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Monday, February 13, 2017

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Why Ron Howard chose the Baftas over the Grammys

Director Ron Howard has said he chose to attend the Baftas rather than the Grammys because he was so gratified his nominated documentary about The Beatles has been received so well in the UK. His movie The Beatles: Eight Days A Week received nods for awards at both ceremonies, for best documentary at the Baftas and best music film at the Grammys.

Source: The Irish Examiner
Beatles documentary wins Grammy for Best Music Film

The Beatles documentary Eight Days a Week: The Touring Years was named Best Music Film at the Grammys last night. It is the third Beatles-related film to win in this category, previously known as best music video-long form. They also won a Grammy for The Beatles Anthology in 1996 and The Beatles Love: All Together Now in 2009.

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Tuesday, January 10, 2017
The Beatles documentary leads BAFTA nominations Warning: Page opens with sound

Ron Howard's Beatles on tour documentary is among the leading nominations for the 2017 BAFTAs, which were announced this morning. Grossing a worldwide total of over $12.2 million, the film, which was produced with the cooperation of Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, has been nominated for Best Documentary.

Source: Liverpool Echo
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Eight Days a Week doesn't make Academy Awards documentaries list

Yesterday, the Academy announced one of their long lists, whittling down the Best Documentary Feature contenders to just 15 finalists, from an initial listing of 145 titles. Director Ron Howard's The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years did not make the cut in somewhat surprising fashion.

Source: Hollywood News
Friday, November 18, 2016
DVD Bonus Clip: Paul and Ringo recall standing up to George Martin

Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr recall a pivotal moment in Beatles history when the group insisted upon writing and recording their own songs instead of the song "How Do You Do It" that George Martin suggested, in a bonus clip from the deluxe edition of Ron Howard's documentary, Eight Days a Week The Touring Years.

More: Video  Source: Rolling Stone
Beatles Documentary Eight Days a Week on DVD

Ron Howard's Beatles documentary that opened in theaters on September 16, streams on Hulu and is now available on DVD and Blu-ray. If you were too young when it happened, or not yet in existence, you'll come away understanding why we boomers all acted the way we did. You can't watch this film and not.

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